Joachim Langenwalter, Germany-based director automotive at Nvidia, is responsible for software deliveries to automakers and suppliers in Europe. At the chipmaker’s GTC conference in Munich last month, he spoke to automotiveIT about autonomous driving technology, cyber security and the challenges faced by the auto industry today. automotiveIT: The image of autonomous driving has taken a Read More..
MUNICH – Jensen Huang isn’t bothered by the differences between the five levels of autonomy that the US-based Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) has defined for driverless cars. “As long as it works,” the Nvidia CEO told reporters here Thursday. Huang, who was in town for the chipmaker’s GTC Europe developer conference, said he expects Read More..
Nvidia’s Drive AGX Xavier technology will provide the Swedish premium car group with a computing platform that offers more power for advanced driver assistance systems and the flexibility to upgrade the car’s functions if and when needed. Nvidia’s technology will deliver “Level 2+” automated driving features, indicating it will offer more than today’s traditional ADAS Read More..
NVIDIA has opened up its Drive Constellation simulation platform to partners for virtual testing and validation of autonomous driving hardware and software. Partners are invited to integrate their world models, vehicle models and traffic scenarios to create real-world representations of unpredictable and complex environments, which will in turn make Drive Constellation ever-more comprehensive. Partners already Read More..
With offices in Beijing and San Diego, TuSimple LLC is developing a full stack software solution for autonomous trucks using computer vision algorithms, millimeter radars and 3D HD mapping technology. In an interview with automotiveIT, Co-Founder & CTO Xiaodi Hou explains why autonomous trucks make more sense than self-driving cars and talks about the challenges Read More..
Volkswagen Group of America has joined Aquantia, Robert Bosch, Continental and Nvidia to form the Networking for Autonomous Vehicles (NAV) Alliance. The group intends to support the development of multi-gigabit ethernet networking in vehicles, and of its related ecosystem of cameras, sensors, gateways, data storage devices, control systems, other data transfer technologies and network architecture. Read More..
ATLANTA — When you want to test a pilot without having to fly, you put them in a flight simulator. When you want to test an autonomous vehicle without having to drive a mile of asphalt, you give it a digital world to navigate through. Unlike a vision-based flight simulator, AV simulation means the autonomous Read More..
ATLANTA — The automotiveIT International conference, which concluded here last Wednesday, highlighted the breadth of the challenges and opportunities in the auto industry as companies change processes, products and business models. Industry speakers at the two-day event said a bright future lies ahead if automakers and suppliers successfully manage to develop and start adopting new Read More..
MUNICH – Nvidia has developed a computer platform small enough to leave sufficient room in the trunk and powerful enough to manage the array of systems needed to make Level 5 autonomous vehicles a reality. Nvidia founder and CEO Jensen Huang unveiled the platform, which is codenamed Pegasus, during the company’s GPU Technology conference here. Read More..
Nvidia will host the European version of its GPU Technology Conference in Munich October 10-12, Â offering participants more than 150 sessions covering a broad range of topics relevant to the auto industry. The event will feature a keynote address by Nvidia CEO and co-founder Jensen Huang. There will be sessions onÂ artificial intelligence, deep learning, healthcare, Read More..